intercampus

intercampus

(ˌɪntəˈkæmpəs)
adj
(Education) US between universities
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The smart solutions Zain showcases at GITEX include solutions for Smart Security, like access control, identity management, mass notification, video surveillance, intercampus communications, and business intelligence.
A bridge at Level 2 connects Taussig Cancer Center to the intercampus skyway, and a sculptural ground-level skylight drives light to below-grade patient waiting spaces.
The intercampus exchange program provides students with a chance to meet students from other countries, explore their cultural background and master intercultural communication skills.
The office has undertaken numerous projects, such as the coordination of a Fleming College Farmers' Market and an Intercampus Shuttle.
Serving as the chair for various groups --such as the University System of Maryland's Intercampus Financial Aid Group--enabled her to be selected as a representative to the Maryland Higher Education Commission's Financial Assistance Advisory Council, which deals with rules and regulations and the overall direction of the commission on issues of financial aid.
The literature suggests that peer teaching review can be formally or informally done by classroom observation, and that the reviews may contribute to the development of teaching portfolios, comprise part of the mentoring process, or serve as the basis of external reviews from intercampus sources, such as centers for the scholarship of teaching and learning (Worrell et al., 1999).
Beckwith's top challenge was to save money as the state cut its intercampus research funding by 40% over the next five years.